Game in Brief:
Judo is meant as a training for life. It is a relatively a newer mortal combat, as it was created in 1882 only. Its most prominent feature is its competitive element, where the objective is to either throw or take down an opponent to the ground.
- The word “Judo” can be translated as “The Way of Softness” or “the Way of Yielding.” It is more about patience and counter attacking than showing strength all the time. Similarly life is about how resilient you are after every difficulty.
- Coaches advice to have a looser grip, contrary to our faith in tougher grip because the looser the grip on opponent is, the better it is for understanding his next move and counter accordingly. Similarly, in life it is important to abandon fear in life and take it as it happens.